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No World for Tomorrow

No World for Tomorrow

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by Coheed and Cambria

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Columbia Europe


  1. Reaping
  2. No World for Tomorrow
  3. Hound (Of Blood and Rank)
  4. Feathers
  5. Running Free
  6. Mother Superior
  7. Gravemakers & Gunslingers
  8. Justice in Murder
  9. End Complete I: The Fall of House Atlantic
  10. End Complete II: Radio Bye Bye
  11. End Complete III: The End Complete
  12. End Complete IV: The Road and the Damned
  13. End Complete V: On the Brink

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Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Vol. 2: No World for Tomorrow [Australia] 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album can hardly be called progressive rock. Last album had many more breakdowns and changes. This album seems very ordinary with the pop formula applied (verse, chorus, verse,chorus,bridge,chorus,chorus) The effects on the guitars are very 80's sounding and don't have the Coheed sound. They sound more like Dire Straits or Clapton. The drums are less imaginative with the parting of their old drummer. All told, myself and friends included fell very disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story of Coheed and Cambria and ther offspring contuies once again with Claudio This CD sounds like it will be a good one Buy it
Guest More than 1 year ago
Coheed & Cambria's albums keep getting more and more complex and more fun to listen to at the same time. Claudio's guitar solos are getting better and the overall sound and direction of the band is nearly completely detached from the dreadful "emo" label. The highlights of the album are the hard hitting "Gravemakers & Gunslingers", "The Hound "Of Blood & Rank"", and the epic "End Complete" which consists of the last 5 tracks on the album...always the best part of the Coheed albums. Also don't forget to try to decipher the continued story that Co & Ca's albums cover. Very intricate, interesting, and often times confusing storytelling but tons of fun to figure out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been following C&C since they started and love their work since they were known as Shabutie. This album has matured in many ways. Claudio's voice is distinctively different... more aggressive, which adds uniquely to each track. The band's choreography is at its best too. I can't complain... truly satisfied with the saga and how it ended. I hope they continue the story or start something fresh. Either way, I will forever listen to C&C. Another great masterpiece.
Guest More than 1 year ago
a lot of people have been referring to this album as "epic". no other word can describe it. you can clearly see how much coheed have evolved as a band in this. chris pennie, the new addition, is great. for those who don't know, the album's drums are not by pennie, but i've seen them live twice since his arrival and no disappointments! *this includes some double bass in the welcome home solo!*
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